posted 4 Apr 2020 19:08, edited 4 Apr 2020 19:08
Because bin men aren’t anywhere near as “front line” as NHS staff. Nor will they potentially have to make very difficult life or death decisions. And they’re not putting their own health at risk to the same degree either, as much as I appreciate they provide a vital service.
I’m not saying that the NHS is above criticism - far from it. A lot of what you’re saying is true in some respects. I’ve no doubt about that.
But why belittle a show of support for those on the front line who, by and large, have very little control over how the NHS is actually run and are just trying to do their best to save the lives of many of our loved ones, at personal risk to themselves? What does that kind of attitude achieve?
And how does any of the above (or any of the NHS’s past failings) mean that helping the NHS financially at this point in time is a bad idea? If there’s even a small chance it’ll help those on the front line then I’m all for it.
4 Apr 2020 20:16
How are those hotels doing, Fudge?
4 Apr 2020 21:07
Hope they are absolutely fucked. He’s such a cunt.
5 Apr 2020 17:18
You sound like such a pompous twat. There are no doubt others on here who are just as if not more wealthy than yourself but they don't feel the need to constantly boast about it or to put down others who aren't as wealthy.